Welcome to Walker Community!
Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, south of Prescott, AZ, Walker Community is an old mining district, filled with history. It’s named after Joseph Walker, mountain man, explorer, and guide. He led a party to this valley to discover gold in the summer of 1863.
Today, the valley is filled with rustic cabins and elegant homes. There’s a vibrant community of people here, with an active social calendar. Some live here full-time, while others have second homes here.
Everyone loves it here.
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Walker Community News
Got an email from WFPA today.
Please do not change the fire danger on the Fire Wheel near Blue Jay on
Walker Rd. It is surprising this even needs to be said but someone changed
it to an incorrect fire danger.
The Fire Department alone will take care of this task.
It’s started to rain here in Walker. Everyone is very thankful for that.
Today, it poured. 3 inches in a few hours was dumped on Walker.
Here’s a video of what Lynx Creek looked like today.
WFPA sent an email:
Walker Kids Day is back! You’re invited to WALKER KIDS DAY!
This Saturday, July 14th, 10am -2pm. Come join the fun!!! It’s FREE!
Kids of all ages are invited, with their parents to experience the forest we all love so much, through a variety of stations and activities!
CRAFT STATION – Multiple crafts available to make!
WILDERNESS WALK- Take a walk along the creek, complete your scavenger hunt & end at a wishing well!
ADVENTURE STATION- Learn to throw a tomahawk & knife! Very fun and very safe, complete with a range safety officer. Parents will […]
Official word from the Forest Service:
Fire Restrictions and Area Closure to be Lifted Friday, July 13th on the Prescott National Forest
Release Date: Jul 11, 2018 Prescott, Arizona
Contact(s): Debbie Maneely, (928) 443-8130
July 11, 2018
Due to precipitation received and predicted continued monsoon activity across the forest, the Prescott National Forest will lift all fire restrictions and the area closure on the Bradshaw Ranger District on Friday, July 13, 2018 at 8:00 am. While all fire restrictions will be lifted, forest visitors are reminded that the potential for wildfires still exist and to please use caution with campfires and […]
Looks like the Walker Fire Station is getting a new roof.
I didn’t get a chance to stop and take a photo, but it looks like I didn’t need to.
This photo is from the weather cam on top of the roof.
We get email from Bill Loughrige, President
What a wonderful turnout for the Pancake Breakfast last Saturday! Over 200
of you came to enjoy the fare. While the cooks struggled to keep up with
the regular mundane pancakes, bacon and sausage the less traditional
breakfasts were also gone. Things like the smoked salmon was gone in the
first few minutes. One of the jars of pickled Herring also the Bagels and
Cream Cheese disappeared fast. (For you Continental Types) Next month
we’ll be prepared.
We went through 3 flats of strawberries, 2 gallons of milk (and nearly 2 of
chocolate milk), most of […]
Walker Road is being paved this week.
Be careful as they shut down lanes and use a flagman to control traffic.
WFPA and WCAA both sent out an email:
The WFPA’s PANCAKE BREAKFAST is back in full force this Saturday, June 30th
at the Walker Fire Station 8:00 am to 10:00 am !!!!
Not Only Pancakes & Warm Syrup But Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Strawberries (if
Costco has them), Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate, Milk and Juices, Pastries,
and Ice Cream (would you believe it, a big favorite!!!)
Everyone gets a ticket for a chance to win a prize.
Every Kid gets a Prize!!!!
There is no charge for the breakfast. It’s a free will offering and we
get pocket change from 9 year olds, $100.00 bills […]
Mark Herrin sent me this video of a bear, captured on a game camera.